|by impulse: the 100th side of the unifaceted polymath love currency
eyed seat --
to my Nth
'eye Om here, hear me, weaving
a variation to 'bye,imp;else'
still written for my bestest
dearest 'knees, et cetera',
this time in the
30 Oct 09
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i struggled :-(
an i full
an ere' full
a land fill
it all counts
oh fract, hehe. you know i always try.
it took sum mind-bending
eye strains but t'was fun 2 read
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hi there, folks.
rask, always an honor to have you
give my posts a read.
unk, sometimes i lose count, two,
but it's just normal, i think. thank
you for your visit.
Liliana, eye'em'ma 'talk-decoder' --
if that makes any difference. thank
jen, you know i always hold your
work with so much value.
JKWebster sir, that is a really nice 'logo',
pretty much akin to a mind-bended set
of legos. thank you always for reading.
this is so good
it hurts my head
i'm happy and sorry for you, unk.
thanks so much for your precious time.
frackywack- do you hackysack?
Tis a good pooh-em.
doo aye watt?
this is my 100th post,
buy duh weigh.
ewe wen a free trip 2 CHINA!
we'll eye gut two sea
duh boo-duh bare-id
inn duh grrr-ate wool?
you's git two sea da
or ee ents en da grape wol.
and eet man duh wren
chik-in ! !
eat duh man dare
inn duh kitchen inn
eet oop sue por china dew?
Usually I thoroughly enjoy how you toy with language. But in this case I was confused for most of it and it was a little unsettling to read sounds that I couldn't pronounce in my head.
china dew ease ah soup-err
dupe-err delight lie-ick ah
china rubber doll pirouetting
were ewe ones dare?
gotta get these kids to step out of their pod-box and into some creative music -- give them new sounds, and maybe give them a sense of poet-identity too -- where they understand that it's up to them to find the poem and poet, not have the poetry boat turned into a tea-cup so they can sip.
sorry about that. i wrote this as a variation to
this post: http://poetrycritic al.net/read/58938/
thank you for giving this one a shot and for
reading other stuff i have.
very nice of you to stop by.
am surpised, hehe.
well, you know i'm just a kid myself stuck
@ 12 for the longest time and, incidentally,
still haven't liked the situation where i put on
some 'mood music' in order to write. i find it
distracting more often than not.
might just be the conflict between the real mood
i have and the ambient noise or something.
how does it work for you?